Debut Theatre Company
Debut Theatre Company, Marlston House, Hermitage, Thatcham, Berkshire RG18 9UL
Nineteen Eighty Four, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 4th to 30th
August 2004, and touring Autumn 2004
By George Orwell, Adapted by Ciaran McConville. Orwell's terrifying vision of a totalitarian superstate. Haunted by snippets of the past, Winston Smith begins a diary with the words, 'Down with Big Brother!' He soon learns that Thoughtcrime is the only crime there is. Supported by The Really Useful Group.
These Four Walls, on tour to Newbury and across the UK, 13th September to 8th October 2004 and again in Summer 2007
By Ciaran McConville. A young inmate of Auschwitz hides in a dark storage room where she keeps the few possessions she has left, the most fragile things a person can own. Here she caresses her memories, indulges her dreams and talks to the children she will never have. This powerful one-woman play is a world premier, directed by Jane Briers (sister to Richard).
Shostakovich, 20th July 2004, at the Corn Exchange
For more details
see Debut's web site at www.debut-theatre.org.uk. [Site not working 29/10/2014 - Ed]